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* **** **1824 Presidential General Election Results** **** *
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Candidate
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Party
Popular VoteElectoral VoteHouse Vote
John Quincy AdamsJohn CalhounDemocratic-Republican 113,142 30.92% 84 32.2% 13 54.2%
Andrew JacksonJohn CalhounDemocratic-Republican 151,363 41.36% 99 37.9% 7 29.2%
William CrawfordNathaniel MaconDemocratic-Republican 41,032 11.21% 41 15.7% 4 16.7%
Henry ClayNathan SanfordDemocratic-Republican 47,545 12.99% 37 14.2% - 0.0%
Unpledged Republican-Republican 6,616 1.81% 0 0.0% - 0.0%
Others-- 6,230 1.70% 0 0.0% - 0.0%
Total365,928261
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Election Notes:
  • With no Presidential Candidate receiving an electoral majority, the election was determined by a vote in the House of Representatives. John Quincy Adams won the House vote with the support of 13 state delegations. Click on the House Vot button for details.
  • See Electoral Votes page for details on electoral votes cast for Vice Presidential candidates.
  • Electors from the states of SC, GA, NY, VT, DE, and LA were appointed by their respective state legislatures (and not elected in a popular vote).
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